Category Archive: Writing

13 Signs You’ve Made It as a Writer (and what people really think)

Published in The Haven on Medium. Since publishing my last article, I’m a Top Writer in Parenting: I’m not Shannon Ashley, but I did it, I had to follow it up with 13… Continue reading

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Behind My Writing Journey

On the first year anniversary (Nov 2020) of launching my WordPress site, I wrote about “my first year of blogging on WordPress” experience and published it in The Brave Writer shortly after I… Continue reading

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About Me – Mary Chang Story Writer: How to Introduce Yourself on Medium

“Tell the world who you are.” – Quy Ma, Editor, “About Me Stories” Published in “About Me Stories” on Medium. Quy Ma created this fabulous, fast-growing publication called “About Me Stories” for new… Continue reading

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I’m 50—fabulous or f*cked? Giving the middle finger to middle age.

Published in “The Haven” on Medium. As part of my writing journey, I’ve been challenging myself to write in different genres on Medium, and I’ve been working on this humor piece for the… Continue reading

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The Dirty Truth Behind My Medium Debut

The Dirty Truth Behind My Medium Debut: Breaking My Virginity with “The Brave Writer” has been published in “The Writer’s Blokke.” After one year of blogging on WordPress, my second year of my… Continue reading

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How Mastering a Headstand Improved My Writing

Turning Upside Down to Turn Yourself Around. If you’re a personal friend of mine, you’ll know that I love doing headstands—everywhere I go! Not only is headstand self-empowering, this pose offers great physical… Continue reading

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Braving the Weird WordPress World

Braving the Weird WordPress World

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I Can’t Fly to Maui, but I Can Change My View!

Introducing my new blog theme look.

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Empowering Oneself Alone: An Introvert’s Happy Place

Finding joy spending time with yourself. How do you spend your alone time?

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“The B.C. Covid-19 Collection: 2020 Six Word Art Stories created by voices of British Columbia, Canada”

We asked British Columbians how the C-word affects their lives – the beauty, truth, humour and ugliness. Here’s what they said in six words and more.

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